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Sony Tablet P 3G

We have collected and analysed 5 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 57/100. The average review date is 12-12-2011. We have compared these reviews to 2331297 reviews from other Mobile Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 80/100 = Very good. Last update: 27-05-2017.

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Expert review by: Chris Barraclough (techradar.com)

Sony Tablet P review

 

A highly portable yet imperfect dual-screen Android tablet

Crisp, vibrant screens ; Light and compact ; Capable processor ; Plays PS1 games

Small viewing space for movies ; No physical buttons for games ; Ropey Wi-Fi

This time last year - when the Tablet P wasn't even a twinkle in Sony's eye - we were weeping into a mound of rubbish iPad rip-offs, begging for sweet release from our tiresome lives.

Nov, 2011

Expert review by: Ben Griffin (knowyourmobile.com)

Sony Tablet P review

 

Sony's clamshell tablet certainly stands out from its rivals, but can such an unusual beast really topple the mighty iPad? We find out in our review

Bold screens, Appealing clam shell design, PlayStation Certified

Incompatibility with many apps, Disappointing battery life, High price

You certainly won’t mistake it for an iPad clone, but the Sony Tablet P fails to convince any other level. It’s not ideal as a gaming platform, doesn’t play nice with many Android applications and has underwhelming battery stamina

Jan, 2012

Expert review by: Eric Franklin (cnet.com)

Sony Tablet P review:

 

No, it's not called "The Sony DS," although technically that's exactly what the Sony Tablet P is. A dual-screen, portable Sony system that plays PlayStation games (keep reading), that just happens to run Android.

The Sony Tablet P's screens look great and I appreciate its removable battery. Also, the ability to fold it in half and fit it into your pocket is indescribably convenient.

The two screens are segmented by a dead space, making certain apps function awkwardly, and its pointy corners don't necessarily make me want to hold it for extended periods. Also, both the contract and noncontract prices are too expensive given what...

The Sony Tablet P's clamshell design makes it very convenient, but its expensive price and the awkward implementation of its dual screens make for an undesirable tablet experience.

Mar, 2012